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Incidence of green soybean seeds as a function of environmental stresses during seed maturation
Revista Brasileira de Sementes
Hot and dry weather conditions during soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merrill] seed maturation can cause forced maturation of the seed, resulting in the production of high levels of green seed, which may be detrimental to seed germination. These stressful conditions were imposed on soybean plants during seed maturation to investigate the production of green seeds and seed quality. Plants of the CD 206 cultivar were grown in a greenhouse until the R5.5 growing stage and then transferred to phytotronsdoi:10.1590/s0101-31222009000300017 fatcat:jymacrrvefg2zixglgqol3cxum